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An Introduction to Graphic Novels

I've been reading Graphic Novels for about five years now and I remember when I started I didn't really know where to begin so this is for anyone who was in the same position as me.

I will split the recommendations into genres so hopefully, there will be something for everyone. I will leave Goodreads and Amazon links to each of the books so you can find some more out about them. I have loved so many of these so I hope you do too. 

Let get started...

Superheroes

Ms. Marvel, Vol. 1: No NormalMs Marvel Volume 1

Goodreads|Amazon


Silk, Volume 1: Sinister
Silk Volume 0/1










Hawkeye, Volume 1: My Life as a WeaponHawkeye (The Matt Fraction comics)

Goodreads|Amazon


America, Vol. 1: The Life and Times of America Chavez
America Volume 1












Fantasy

NimonaNimona by Noelle Stevenson 

Goodreads|Amazon
Camp Midnight

Camp Midnight











The Wicked + The Divine, Vol. 1: The Faust Act
The Wicked and The Divine 




Science-Fiction

Saga, Vol. 1 (Saga, #1)Saga Volume 1





Alex + Ada, Vol. 1

Alex and Ada 







Paper Girls, Vol. 1 (Paper Girls, #1)Paper Girls







Contemporary

Giant Days, Vol. 1 (Giant Days, #1)Giant Days Volume 1





Non-Fiction

SpinningSpinning by Tillie Walden






The Best We Could Do
The Best We Could Do by Thi Bui 








So these are my recommendations if you would like to be introduced to graphic novels.

If you have any recommendations leave them in the comments!

See you soon, 

Amy

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